Fix start menu is not working in windows 10

Microsoft relese windows 10 with lots of features like start menu, universal apps, new action center, Task view, edge web browser and much more.

Read : How to fix Windows 10 start menu not working or stopped working :
we can say that this is the best version of windows yet and the recent anniversary update include lots of new features and improvements like windows workspace, dark mode, extentions support to edge browser, new redesigned start menu improvements
But some of users face problem after upgrade to windows 10 or after install some updates that the start menu dont open after click on it. if you are also face this same problem like start menu not working , crashing, start menu not showing up then this video
we have some tips to fix this problem.

Download the Start menu Repair Tool :
and run the tool this will check For

1. Any application are incorrectly installed
2. Tile database corruption issues
3. Application Manifest corruption issue
4. Regitry Key permissions issues.

check and repair corrupt windows files

If the Search bar still works, search for powershell. Then right-click Windows PowerShell in the search results and select Run as administrator.

But if the search bar doesn’t work either, press Winkey-R, type powershell, and press Enter. Right-click the PowerShell icon on the taskbar and select Pin to taskbar. Close the PowerShell program. Hold down Shift and Cntrl while you right-click the PowerShell icon again. Select Run as administrator.

Once you’re in the Powershell command-line environment, type the command sfc /scannow and press Enter. Then wait. It can take quite a while.

Also Read How to Repair Corrupt or Damaged Windows 10 / 8.1 System Files

Remove and reinstall your Metro/Modern apps
Relax. This isn’t as bad as it sounds. First of all, this only effects the Metro/Modern/Windows 10 apps that you get through Microsoft’s Store. Old-fashioned Windows programs won’t be affected.

Second, it’s all automated.

Open PowerShell as an administrator as described above. Type in the following command—or better yet, just copy and paste it:

Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)AppXManifest.xml”}

When it’s done doing its job, reboot.

Check for updates

Press Windows logo key + R, type ms-settings:, and then select OK. This opens Settings.
In Settings, choose Update & security – Windows Update , and then select Check for updates. Install any available updates and restart your PC if required

Create a new user account and check
How To Create A User Account in windows 10 :

Refresh your pc :

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